As of 25 September, all measures previously taken to combat the Corona virus will lapse. The Corona admission ticket will be introduced as of this date.
What does this mean for our visitors?
- Normal shopping will be possible again, with a distance of 1.5 metres no longer being necessary.
- All restaurants can reopen with their normal capacity.
- In the restaurants and cafés, a Corona ticket* must be shown to visitors aged 13 and over. (This does not apply to take-away restaurants)
- You can sit on the terraces without a Corona ticket.
- Basic rules remain
The basic rule of keeping a distance of 1.5 metres is changed into an urgent recommendation to keep your distance.
Washing hands, not shaking hands, coughing and sneezing at the elbow, staying at home and testing in case of complaints remain the advice.
The shopping centre has long opening hours. However, due to the current situation, including limited office occupancy, most shops are open Monday to Friday until 18.00 hours (instead of 19.00 hours).
Please check the 'own' websites of the shops & restaurants for current opening hours.
*You will be issued a corona ticket if you have been fully vaccinated, have a valid recovery certificate or a negative test result no more than 24 hours old. Testing remains free for someone who does not have a recovery or vaccination certificate.